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Dave Matthews Band
Pterodactyl Club
Charlotte, NC
February 9, 1994

Taper: Unknown
Source Info: SBD -> Analog (unknown generation) -> CD

Conversion: Adam Nelson ( & Henry Hart

CD > flac > wav > flac (see notes below):
EAC (secure mode, all tracks 100%) -> WAV ->
flac frontend (level 6) Tracks split using
CD Wave v1.93.3 > wav > AddaWav > Cool Edit Pro v2.1 >
CDWav > flac frontend


Track | Name | Time (m:s)
Set I:
d1t01 One Sweet World 06:49
d1t02 Song That Jane Likes 04:39
d1t03 Lie In Our Graves 06:31
d1t04 #36 10:12
d1t05 Satellite 07:53
d1t06 Tripping Billies 04:50
d1t07 True Reflections 07:03

Set II:
d2t01 Seek Up 13:28
d2t02 Minarets 08:32
d2t03 Typical Situation 11:08
d2t04 What Would You Say 05:26
d2t05 Jimi Thing 11:30
d2t06 Help Myself 05:03
d2t07 Dancing Nancies 10:07
d2t08 E: Ants Marching 06:37

The setlist archives usually have the show starting with Seek Up (set II), but at the end of Nancies Dave says goodnight to the crowd. There is a fade out, then a fade in. After Ants, Dave says his usual line "Thank ya'll very much, goodnight." This is the endof the show, so it's likely sets I and II just got switched.

This recording has high levels and also a lot of tape hiss.

There is a cut out of Billies. After the cut the volume is a lot lower and remains that way for the rest of the song and
True Reflections.

One Sweet World has a fade out at the end of the song.

Minarets has a 1/10 sec dropout near the end of the song.

There is no segue from Minarets into Typical, that is why I split the show between discs at this point.

Before STJL, Dave describes his sister Jane as a "big busty lady".

These rare older shows have been collected and converted through a collaborative effort to get them into circulation. Sometimes these shows do not have the best sound quality (and maybe that's why they aren't circulated much to begin with), but people should have access to them.

Thanks to Dan Pyrik for the CD source used for the conversion.

Compiled By Adam Nelson on November 8, 2006

UPDATE by Henry Hart on 11.26.06:
This show came to me with a really bad "tin can" sound, so I lowered
the frequencies between 1kHz and 5kHz. I also did two speed/pitch
adjustments. This was done in Cool Edit Pro v2.1 and retracked.


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